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Four decades ago, The Bahamas was noted worldwide for its softball prowess. In fact, on both sides of the gender line, The Bahamas had earned upper echelon status as the

Two decades ago, Australia made a genuine offer to a Bahamian elite athlete. Mostly, because of a patriotic spirit, the athlete in question declined the offer, even though the prospect

When Donald Thomas persevered at 2.30 meters (m) - 7’ 6-1/2”, based on a cleaner series of jumps, to defeat Australian Brandon Starc for the gold medal on the first

E arlier this week, Bahamas Olympic Committee President Romell Knowles and Secretary General Derron Donaldson attended the Panam Sports General Assembly in Lima, Peru in furtherance of the connection to our

The National Sports Authority (NSA) has been an embattled entity for quite some time now. Under a previous management, concerns in great numbers were expressed by representatives of sporting bodies. The

Cephas Bowe was the first light heavyweight champion in the history of amateur boxing in The Bahamas. He was followed by Pat Strachan, who went on to have a creditable

The Government of The Bahamas, through the Boxing Rules Act of 1990, established the controlling arm of the professional segment of the sport. Accordingly, the Cabinet of The Bahamas appointed

The new Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Lanisha Rolle was moved into the national sports picture, saddled with a not so-complimentary report card from her previous portfolio, the Ministry

Lakers nation is buzzing! LeBron James is on board and there’s little doubt that the Los Angeles Lakers will be playoff bound once again. There was that strong feeling in me when